KADECO panel tracks feature sophisticated technology and are easy to operate, as well as being virtually maintenance-free thanks to the use of high-quality components.
To operate the unit, you simply push the individual panels in any direction. The panel carriages (type CLP) feature
eyelets on both sides, enabling operating rods (optional) to be attached. Profile connectors allow several rails to be
combined with one another and extended as required. You can select whatever panel width and however many panels you want. Individual panels can be positioned in a flexible way to allow overlapping.
„Panel tracks with cord pull operation"
A re-direction of the rollers allows a smooth and convenient operation of the panel carriages (types CLP and CLK) up to a unit width of 700 cm. The panel width, number of panels, positioning and overlapping result from your individual interior and window design.
The system is controlled using the operating rod on the first panel carriage, which then pulls the rest of the panels along with it using pusher carriers. The profile connectors enable you to combine several rails, extending the system to over 7 metres in total. The panel carriage featuring roller bearings makes the system easy to move. It is down to you to pick the panel width, number of panels, and overlap style, so you get to design a system ideally suited to your room.
Our stunning aluminium profiles are available in silver or white and can be combined.
Panel tracks with motor drives
The panels are operated by motors with easy activation thanks to a remote control.
Important: SlimLine technology is only available with freely moving panels
Classic Line – a versatile range
With our Classic Line rail technology, you can choose between two different panel carriages for almost all of our fabrics. The main difference between the two systems is their appearance and the join on the end on the lower edge of the panel.
Textiles with lined edges and frieze band stitched across the top are normally fitted with the CLK velcro tape panel carriage.
|The fabric is inserted by means of a beading profile into the aluminium profile of the panel carriage so that no seams are visible
|The stitched frieze band of the fabric is fixed to the hookand-
loop tape of the panel carriage so that the fabric can easily be removed for being cleaned (standard for textile fabrics)
|The aluminium bottom profile forms a perfect finish of the fabric panel and is manufactured as a standard with the panel carriage, type CLP.
|Textile (soft) fabrics are provided with a seam into which a weighting profile is inserted (standard with a rip-tape panel
carriage, type CLK).